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TeachersWithApps – 50+ Favorite Elementary School Apps

Rounding up the best and favorite elementary school apps is not an easy task, the market is saturated and there are so many standouts that cover the gamut of grade levels. Obviously, one of the first considerations we focus on when writing a review is, of course, the learning potential of an app. Another important…
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151 Leading Sites for Elementary Educators

Today’s elementary school kids grew up in the digital age, and they love computer-based activities and learn from them easily. Learning and sharing online isn’t just for students, though. There are hundreds of fantastic sites online to help elementary educators do their jobs as well. From educational videos to interactive games and even e-book publishers,…
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iTooch Elementary School

iTooch Elementary School, by eduPad, has hit another home run, and this time it's a grand slam! They have combined age groups and content to give this app an incredible shelf-life. The app is free to download and nine titles can be tried out before buying any in-app purchases, which are available for each topic. We…
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Meet Science: Light and Sound

Meet Science: Light and Sound is the newest in NCSOFT'S Science Series for elementary students. It follows the same comprehensive format as in the first of their series: Meet Science: Magnetism and Electricity. Read TWA’s review here. Follow the antics of the crew as you explore the workings of sight and sound. The vibe of the…
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Science Journal by Google

  Science Journal by Google Play is one of the latest and greatest apps out of the gate from Google Play and it is brilliant! How could it not be, take Google and team them up with a revered institution like the Exploratorium, and you are guaranteed an awesome super cool, hands-on, creative learning adventure! In case…
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Closing The Gender Gap In Computer Science

Source: Best Computer Science Schools The days of male dominance in Computer Science are over Some background on Computer Science education: 1944: IBM worked with Howard Aiken, a professor at Harvard University, to design and build the first running programmable computer, the Harvard Mark I, which was installed at the university in 1944. Aiken set…
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I love science and technology, I hate school and textbooks

Hi Nano I love science and technology, I hate school and textbooks. Science is the sense of discovery & the joy of finding out, we have blended the joy of discovery and the natural joy of game-playing. This app was designed to explain scientific concepts in a fun exploratory way. Let your kids love science! What…
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